It’s common knowledge that when a new baby arrives, sleeping parents become a thing of the past; at least for a little while.
Therefore, it’s no surprise that parents want to try everything possible to help their little darlings sleep for longer periods of time. Quite often, what works for your baby might be different than what works for another bundle of joy; so knowing the different options out there is essential.
Some of the many things that parents use to help their babies sleep are swaddles or sleep sacks; or perhaps even both!
Babies are used to being snug and cozy inside the womb for roughly nine months; therefore, when they come out into the big, wide-open world things can be a little jarring.
Swaddles and sleep sacks are designed to help mimic that tight, comforting squeeze but to varying degrees.
In this article, I want to break down the differences between swaddles vs sleep sacks and help you decide which one is right for you. So what’s the difference?